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Sidera Decreases Latency on Xtreme Ultra-Low Latency Network

By admin, July 20, 2012 6:07 pm

Sidera Networks?(News – Alert) has unveiled an enhanced Xtreme Ultra-Low Latency Network, thereby considerably decreasing the latency between important financial data centers and exchanges in the New York/New Jersey Metro area. Sidera’s position as one of the major providers of low latency to financial services firms has been ensured with the latest latency reductions. This achievement has also been confirmed by its network which carries trillions of dollars in trades every day.

In a release, Clint Heiden?(News – Alert), president, Sidera Networks said, “Since the development and launch of the Xtreme Ultra-Low Latency Network in 2010, Sidera Networks has proudly served the low latency requirements of financial services market. We have committed to customers that we will maintain our low latency edge so that they can meet their application requirements, including electronic trading. When completed, this upgrade will deliver on that commitment. Additionally, low latency connectivity to NYSE’s Mahwah, NJ data center is critical to our customers. We will provide a unique, low latency connection to that facility.”

Financial service organizations and customers, who have high bandwidth requirements, heavily stress on diversity, low latency, and performance. These customers will be provided planned benefits by Sidera’s Xtreme Ultra-Low Latency Network. Sidera’s network covers seven Manhattan river crossings and also boasts of an exceptional conduit system. Sidera’s Transcom Route helps in offering an exclusive and different route from NY to DC. Sidera also offers the lowest latency routes from NY/NJ to Chicago, Toronto, and London. Dark fiber, wavelengths and Ethernet also comprise the offerings from Sidera.

Larry Tabb, Founder and CEO, Tabb Group said, “Network connectivity is key to any company’s ability to transact and access information. The New York/New Jersey market is an important region for the financial services market. There are exchanges; market data hubs and other key data housed in these data centers throughout the region. Backup Files: BKFAcrobat Files: PDFHow To:How to recover files from hard drive volumes that were formatted in order to remove viruses and other malware:How to know if a normal or advanced scan is needed:How to recover only selected file types:How to recover and restore hard drive recovery service from an accidently deleted volume:How to recover deleted files within a specific time range: Don’t worry, you can still place an order.. Network redundancy, reliability and accessibility to these information hubs are key concerns for companies as they architect their networks for more efficient communications.”

Carrier and enterprise consumers are offered customized, high capacity communications services by Sidera Networks. A wide-ranging portfolio of facilities-based offerings like Ethernet, Wavelength, Dark Fiber, Internet Access, Colocation and SONET among others is delivered by Sidera. ?

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Edited by Juliana Kenny

US Seismic Signs Licensing Agreement with Northrop Grumman

By admin, May 8, 2012 5:34 pm

US Seismic Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of Acorn Energy, Inc., recently announced that it has signed a licensing agreement with Northrop Grumman?(News – Alert) Corporation for the latter’s fiber-optic technology patents. According to the terms of the agreement, USSI will use Northrop Grumman’s licensed patents in refining high sensitivity oilfield fiber-optic geophones.

Northrop Grumman has applied its expertise in fiber-optic technology to develop a line of Fiber-Optic Acoustic Sensors (FOAS). The FOAS comprises only passive fiber-optic elements, and contain very few parts and no electronics. One remote transmit/receive station houses all the necessary optoelectronics. The data are transmitted on a few single mode fibers, over distances of more than 100 kilometers. Northrop Grumman has also designed and developed high channel count fiber-optic towed arrays for submarine applications.

“USSI’s new all-optical geophone is designed to replace less capable legacy magnet and coil geophone sensors currently used for oilfield exploration and production,” said Jim Andersen, CEO of USSI. “The USSI fiber-optic geophone provides superior performance in every key category, including sensitivity, noise floor, distortion, bandwidth and dynamic range—and all at a substantially lower cost.”

“Combined with our existing best-in-class oilfield fiber-optic sensor technology, these patents will help solidify our position as a technology leader. This collaborative partnership will leverage our core strengths to bring cutting-edge technologies to the energy market,” Andersen added.

Meanwhile, Unitech Composites and Structures, a member of the AGC Composites Group, announced the achievement of Fully Approved DPD Certification through Northrop Grumman. The certification facilitates a more efficient communication process between Unitech and Northrop Grumman through the electronic exchange of model-based engineering data. Digital Product Definition (DPD) are the electronic data elements that specify the geometry and all design requirements for a product, as well as the use of this data throughout an integrated system using computer aided design (CAD), computer aided manufacturing (CAM), and coordinated measurement systems (CAD/CAM).

Edited by Brooke Neuman

Lantiq Debuts XWAY ARX300 Device Family

By admin, March 30, 2012 9:19 am

Lantiq (News – Alert) asserted that it offers an extensive portfolio of advanced Broadband CPE ADSL2+, VDSL2 and SHDSL single-chip solutions and its SoCs are designed for various deployment scenarios at both home and enterprise environments. The newly released XWAY ARX300 device family will heron feature in Lantiq’s newADSL2/2+ CPE designs.

The company’s CPE, when merged with its high performance network processor technology and state-of-the-art VoIP solutions, are capable of offering comprehensive solutions for a range of broadband gateways.

Lantiq explained that its XWAY family of Network Processors uses MIPS architecture that has a vast infrastructure of industry-standard tools, software and services that help ensure rapid, reliable and cost-effective SoC design. The processors are designed to offer wire speed throughput and some contain multiple USB2.0 Hosts, as well as an Ethernet WAN/LAN interfaces. casino spiele .

The new XWAY ARX300 family comes packed with four SoC derivatives for different system configurations and can help telecom carriers to enhance their ADSL2/2+ services. It features a dual-processor architecture with 500 MHz CPU speed and 32-bit protocol processing engine which removes the load on the application processor completely. The device family is compliant with ITU-T G.992 and 802.11n.e/i/h standards for enabling very high speed data transfer rates which also makes them ideal for processor intensive rich media operations.

“Lantiq’s ARX300 family is the first fully integrated GigE/ADSL/WLAN SoC for routers and IADs. It enables carriers to meet growing demand for triple-play services and in-home Gigabit throughput with significant cost, size and power savings at no system performance compromise. This achievement will open the market to new applications around home connectivity and home automation,” said Rainer Spielberg, vice president of Marketing at Lantiq, in a press release.

In related news, Lantiq unveiled VINAX IVE1000 system-level vectoring engine chip and launched advanced phone chips.

Edited by Jennifer Russell